Smartphone OrienteeringUsing the MapRunF app

Map Run phone app

MapRunF is an app which allows you to use your smartphone to enjoy orienteering without needing to set up physical control points on the ground. There are now MapRunF courses set up all across Glasgow which you can go and run right now, with more new ones being added.

Using MapRunF, you can run an orienteering course using either the map on your phone screen or a paper version; the only difference from a “traditional” course is that there are no physical markers on the ground. Instead, the phone tracks your location as you run and vibrates or buzzes to confirm when you’ve reached each control point on the course.

STAG Renewals 2021Thank-you to all those who have joined STAG for 2021.

As of Wednesday 21st January 2021 - 53 Units - 48 Seniors (29M+19W) + 5 Juniors (3M+ 2W).

Thu 21 Jan

Winter Map and PC check completed

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14 parks - 2 Historical PCs - launched in 2002 - as of 1st January 2021 133/148 posts still remain :) From February 2021 PCs shall become available on STAG's MapRunF Menu on a rolling monthly basis.

Sun 3 JanRead more…

STAG's Local MapRun SeriesFinal standings

The Maprun Series 2020 is now over. Congratulations to the winners Terry O'Brien (Short and Medium) and Velina Valova (Long)! Full results can be found here.

Fri 1 JanRead more…

Hillpark Secondary Project completed

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With support from Advertisign Direct and A4 Design & Print Ltd this latest project has been turned around in under a month !!!

Sun 27 Dec

STAG Education Tab updated 10th December 2020

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Our largest package of resources now offers 50 different maps/courses to provide even more challenging Orienteering experiences on your own school campus. This includes more challenging options where Code Numbers are not provided !!

Thu 10 DecRead more…

New to Orienteering?

Visiting A Control Marker

Orienteering is a sport that combines map reading and running. Competitors have to find their way between a series of checkpoints, called controls, as quickly as possible. There’s no set route between the controls, so you have to decide which way to go and then find your way there without getting lost.